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CBSE Class 12th Board Examinations Results Declared: Here is How to Check

CBSE Class 12th Board Examinations Results

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the results for Class 12th Board exams on its official website. Students who appeared for these exams can now check their results on the CBSE website.


To check their results, students need to follow a simple process. 

  • Step one, visit the official website of the Central Board of Secondary Education (https://cbseresults.nic.in/
  • Click on the "Results" tab.
  • Then select the appropriate exam from the list of available options, enter the roll number and other necessary details. 
  • After submitting the required information in the form, the results will be displayed on the screen directly.

The CBSE conducted the exams for both the 10th and 12th classes in March 2023, and the results have now been declared in May 2023. The board has taken all necessary precautions and measures to ensure that the evaluation process was conducted fairly and accurately.


The CBSE 10th and 12th exams are one of the most crucial examinations in India. The results of these exams play a significant role in determining the future of the students. The results of the 10th class determine the eligibility criteria for the students to pursue their further education, whereas the results of the 12th class determine the admission eligibility to universities and colleges.


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CBSE board had to cancel the 10th and 12th board exams in 2022, and students were evaluated based on their internal assessment and previous performance. However, in 2023, the board decided to conduct the exams, adhering to all the COVID-19 guidelines and safety protocols.


Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram has the highest pass percentage of around 99.91% in CBSE class 12th result 2023. Whereas Pune is at 87.28% of the pass percentage in class 12th this year. The name of the topper is yet to be announced.


We congratulate all students who have passed the 10th and 12th exams and wish them the best in their future endeavours. Those who did not score good marks, should not be worried and not lose hope. There are several options available for your career ahead! Do not be disheartened. 


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